Post Tagged with: "Junior Certificate"

Mercy Mounthawk students, in front; Lisa Costello and Ellie McElligott. At back; Alison Guerin, Clodagh Kirby, Sarah Healy, Niamh Ryan, Maeve McElligott and Rebecca Conway with their Junior Certificate results on Wednesday morning. Photo by Dermot Crean

PHOTOS: Students In Celebratory Mood After Junior Cert Results

September 13, 2017 at 5:09 pm Comments are Disabled

HUNDREDS of teenagers had a day off today after they collected their Junior Certificate results at five Tralee secondary schools. There were smiles aplenty as they gathered this morning and principals were delighted with how they got on in the exams. In Presentation Secondary there were 107 students who sat […]

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Billy Ryle: After The Junior Cert Results, It’s Time To Choose Subjects Wisely

September 13, 2017 at 11:41 am Comments are Disabled

As hundreds of students in Tralee schools get their results this morning, Career Guidance Counsellor, Billy Ryle, says the Junior Cert is a very important exam in its own right… Junior Cert exam results were issued on Wednesday morning to 61,654 (30,349 female, 31,305 male) candidates nationwide, including 1,858 (923 […]

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Michaela Lenihan, Petr Olah, Nikita Malovs and Jasmine Griffin receiving their Junior Cert results Coláiste Gleann Lí. Photo by Gavin O'Connor.

Time For Students To Reflect On Junior Cert Results And Plan For The Future

September 14, 2016 at 2:36 pm Comments are Disabled

With the release of Junior Certificate results today, Billy Ryle says students should reflect and choose wisely for the senior cycle… THERE were 60,247 candidates nationwide – 29672 female/30575 male – who received their Junior Cert exam results today. The results nationwide are excellent and well deserved after three years of […]

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PHOTOS: Students Report Positive Start To Exams

PHOTOS: Students Report Positive Start To Exams

June 4, 2015 at 10:12 am Comments are Disabled

WEDNESDAY was D-Day for almost 4,000 students here in Kerry as they nervously sat down to take the first exams of the Junior Certificate and Leaving Certificate. was out and about yesterday afternoon to talk to some of the students as they finished English Paper 1, the traditional opener of the […]

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